As a marijuana grower, there are several things you should bear in mind that you are not allowed to do. Here is a list of the ten most common ones.
Never talk openly about growing marijuana
When you are growing marijuana at home, make sure to not tell anyone about it because you never know when anyone will slip.
Do not forget to do your research
Make sure that you do your research every time. The most important part is at the beginning because you want to decide which strain is best for you and you want to know the perfect conditions and requirements. But once you have already done those things, keep on reading and researching to make sure your marijuana plant grows well.
Do not use any kind of soil
When starting to grow marijuana, do not just take the soil outside and assume it is okay. Make sure that the pH is just around neutral and never neglect to put fertilizer.
Do not use just any fertilizer
When growing marijuana, the fertilizer you have to use is not like those ordinary plants. Make sure that the fertilizers are high in nitrogen and when the flowering stage comes, high in phosphorus too.
Do not be stingy with the lights you provide your plants
We all know that marijuana plants need as much light as possible so when you are growing indoors, make sure to purchase growing lights.
Don’t forget to transfer them
When starting to grow seeds, you may opt to put them in small containers. But since marijuana roots grow fast, there is a tendency for these roots to bind to the containers. So always remember to transfer seedlings to larger containers.
Don’t prune too much
We all know that pruning can increase the growth of plants and can enhance the amount of yield obtained. But make sure you don’t overdo it. If you prune too much, you will weaken and eventually kill your plant.
Do not be lazy
As you already know, marijuana plants are sensitive. So give them as much time as they can get.
Do not be complacent
Growing marijuana is not as easy as it sounds. You have to be prepared for the responsibility that comes with it.
If you make a mistake or see any unusual irregularities or behavior in your plant, do not panic. Most of the time there is something you can do to help your plant.